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Fatboy Slim's Right Here, Right Now resonates in the film NOW.
Connecting with reality is essential to SANDRO's creative studios. The look is casual. Young people are once again in the spotlight in a series of photographs by Chris Rhodes,
photographed by the Franck Durand studio.
SANDRO AUTUMN-WINTER 2023
PHOTOGRAPHER: Chris Rhodes
MANNEQUINS: Rolf Schrader, Awwal Adeoti, Elvis Candy
STYLIST: Joe Mckenna
DIRECTOR: Édouard Martin Rilhac
ARTISTIC DIRECTION: Atelier Franck Durand
For the Fall-Winter 2023 collection, the SANDRO studio asserts its sense of contrast and its desire to play with oppositions. It imagines the meeting of women with a preppy look and more sensual women, who fully embrace their femininity. Rhinestone-covered pieces or lingerie details liven up banded sweaters and pleated skirts borrowed from their college years. Lace, cut-outs and ribbing suggest the body. SANDRO women adopt more fitted pieces, sometimes second skin like bodysuits and leggings. They blur boundaries by mixing them with suit jackets or cargo pants borrowed from men. Used to mixing codes, SANDRO women will cross the winter with a wardrobe that combines sophistication and casualness. A couture spirit to wear every day.
The SANDRO man renews the codes of dressing. Minimal and soft, he likes the blueprint of the 90's. He wears single-breasted suits in autumnal shades of brown or maroon. With leather loafers or military-inspired boots on his feet, he infuses his silhouettes with formality and casualness. Cashmere, yak & boiled wool, shearling bomber, cardigan & knitted polo, he creates a wardrobe of signature pieces. The materials are fluffy, and the colours are soft. He opts for the classic elegance of beige but dares to add more edgy touches: flame prints and an extra-long black leather trench coat. New York inspires him. He brings back a palette of putty colours he uses on the most wintery pieces. He draws on 90's culture for pieces in acid and pastel colours, or with laminated logos. He also brings out 70's jogging suits. Used to crossing ages, he explores the aesthetic codes of his youth.